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Derm In the News: August 13-19


Keep up with the latest headlines in dermatology from the past week, including the use of skin allografts in treating victims of the Maui wildfires and ways to help victims, and more.

Dayton Daily News: Some victims of Hawaii wildfires received tissue grafts that came from Kettering-based Community Tissue Services

An Ohio-based tissue clinic is supplying a Hawaii hospital with skin allografts for victims of the deadly Maui wildfires, which have claimed the lives of 110 people and left thousands homeless.

The island of Maui, which generously hosts the dermatology community for numerous conferences and meetings, needs help. Maui Derm leadership is calling for the dermatology community to help victims by donating to organizations like Aloha United Way and the Hawaii Community Foundation.

USA Today: Nate Berkus talks psoriasis struggles: 'Absolutely out of the blue'

Berkus, an interior designer known for his work and appearances on HGTV, shared his personal struggles with psoriasis during this week's Science of Skin media roundtable event hosted by AbbVie. Berkus hosted and moderated the panel and is now openly sharing his decade-long journey with the chronic skin condition.

Northeastern Global News: Siblings fight skin cancer with mobile dermatology business started during COVID

Siblings Darin, Don, and Cassandra Hunt are the faces behind a mobile dermatology startup, OnSpot Dermatology, which offers traveling dermatology services in the state of Florida.

Wayne State University: Dermatology lectures continue Dr. Syed Latafat Husain Hamzavi’s humanist legacy

The son of Wayne State University School of Medicine Clinical Professor Syed Latafat Husain Hamzavi, MD, PhD, discusses his father's legacy.

“My father really believed that dermatology could touch all people."

SILive: Staten Island dermatologist joins with former patient to offer cutting-edge, anti-aging techniques

Brooklyn dermatologist Tejas Patel, MD, has partnered with his former hidradenitis suppurativa patient Richard Ramm, to offer anti-aging services in their Staten Island, New York, office.

The Mercury News: Campbell dermatologist brings healing power of the arts to children’s hospital

Amelia Hausauer, MD, a dermatologist with Aesthetx in Campbell, California, is partnering with the Children's Healthcare Organization of Northern California to support pediatric patients through the power of the arts.

Have you seen any dermatology headlines this week that we may have missed? Share with us by emailing our team at DTEditor@mmhgroup.com.
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